Four countries place Global Citizenship Education as cornerstone of curriculum

The Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (UNESCO-APCEIU) and the International Bureau of Education (IBE-UNESCO) gathered eight education specialists from Uganda, Colombia, Mongolia, and Cambodia at an UNESCO-APCEIU workshop in Geneva from 8 – 10 November.

The workshop was led by Mr Jay Kim, Head of the Office of Research and Development, UNESCO-APCEIU and Mr Renato Opertti, coordinator of the Innovation and Leadership in Curriculum Learning and Assessment programme, IBE-UNESCO, who were joined by international experts Sergio Riquelme Muñoz from Chile and Felisa Tibbitts from the United States who provided further development recommendations for GCED.

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Anne Bauer